Another win for Canada at World Mixed

Team Canada notched a 5-3 win over Poland on Sunday morning to remain undefeated at the 2017 World Mixed Curling Championship in Champéry, Switzerland.

Team Canada lead Megan Carr delivers her rock during Day 2 action at the World Mixed Curling Championship 2017, Champery, Switzerland (WCF/Alina Pavlyuchik photo)

In a close contest against Poland’s Andrzej Augustyniak, Trevor Bonot and his Thunder Bay foursome – vice-skip Jackie McCormick, second Kory Carr, lead Megan Carr and coach Jim Waite – stole a single in the fourth end to take a 4-2 lead into the break. Augustyniak blanked the fifth but was only able to score a single in six. Canada controlled the scoreboard, blanking the seventh and taking a single in eight for the 5-3 win. Canada now sits at the top of the leaderboard in Group E with a 2-0 record. Bonot will take on England’s Andrew Woolston on Monday (2 am. ET). Fans can follow the live scoring at The 38 teams in Champéry are split into five pools, with the top three finishers in each pool, plus the fourth-place team with the best Draw-Shot Challenge total, advancing to the 16-team, single-knockout playoffs. The playoffs begin on Friday, Oct. 13, with the semifinals and gold- and bronze-medal games slated for Saturday, Oct. 14. Selected playoff games, including the gold-medal game, will be streamed live on the World Curling Federation’s YouTube channel, For the event schedule, live results, teams and news visit Team Canada updates will be available at